Friday, February 22, 2013


In a public squabble, New York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio released a report yesterday detailing the onerous fines on city's small businesses at the same time that his mayoral rival City Council Speaker Christine Quinn promised to pass a bill capping those fines, the Times reports:

Assemblyman Keith Wright, chair of the Housing Committee, introduced a bill at the behest of Mayor Michael Bloomberg that would eliminate full-time board member jobs at the financially-troubled New York City Housing Authority, The New York Daily News writes:

A state judge temporarily halted the closure of Brooklyn's Long Island College Hospital based on a petition by two unions and a group of doctors at the hospital who sought to invalidate a decision by the SUNY board, the Times writes:

The Times writes that New York City must hold firm against giving the school bus union the job protection it has been fighting for now that the school bus strike is over:

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